Double murder in Muzaffarnagar

Double murder in Muzaffarnagar

Two ITI students were shot dead. The bodies of both were found lying near the tubewell of a deceased student. In protest, relatives and villagers created a ruckus and did not allow the police to raise the dead bodies. After the assurance of the SSP, the relatives allowed the dead bodies to rise after two and a half hours. The police also found a 315 bore shell from the spot.

this is the case

Deepak alias Chhotu, a resident of Dulhera village of Shahpur police station area, had gone to see Shakambhari Devi located in Saharanpur district on Tuesday along with neighboring Paras on his Pulsar bike. At around four o'clock on Wednesday, the villagers saw the bodies of both of them lying on the way near Deepak's tubewell. Deepak's bike was also parked nearby. Both were shot in the chest. Relatives and villagers reached as soon as they got information about the murder of both. SP Dehat Atul Kumar Srivastava and CO Budhana Vinay Gautam reached the spot along with the force. When the police tried to lift the bodies, the villagers created a ruckus demanding the arrest of the killers. The SSP reached the spot and assured the villagers of the early arrest of the killers. After this the police sent the bodies for post-mortem. According to the villagers, when Deepak's mother spoke on the phone at around 12 o'clock on Wednesday, Deepak had talked about being in Saharanpur. some people both Was also seen at around two o'clock in Palda village of the area. Both Deepak and Paras were friends and both were doing ITI from Muzaffarnagar. It is feared that both the murders have been committed somewhere else, because the villagers working in the field say that they did not hear the sound of firing in the forest.

They say...

Several teams, including the Crime Branch, have been set up to uncover the murder case. Call details of the students are being retrieved. Soon the killers will be behind the bars.

Abhishek Yadav, SSP.

The lamp of the house was extinguished, Deepak was the only one and Paras was the younger of the two brothers.

Muzaffarnagar. In the double murder in Dulhera village of Shahpur, the deceased was the only son of Deepak Kiranpal. Deepak has an elder sister, who is married. Deepak's parents are old, whose only support was Deepak. With the murder of Deepak, the only lamp in Kiran Pal's house has been extinguished. The entire village is in mourning over the murder of Kiran Pal's son Deepak alias Chhotu. Villagers say that such an incident has never happened in the village. The villagers have been shocked by the double murder. The second deceased Paras son Gopal had two brothers, Paras's elder brother works in a private company in Haridwar.

Union Minister Dr. Sanjeev Balyan's brother Vivek Balian and former MLA Rajpal Balian also reached the spot. SSP Abhishek Yadav, who arrived at around seven o'clock, was sent for post-mortem on the assurance of taking strict action against the accused to disclose to the villagers at the earliest. In the late night, the relatives of the deceased were present in the police station for the process of registering the case.

The deceased friend was accompanied by uncle-nephew

Deepak and Paras also used to have uncle and nephew among themselves. They had a close friendship. Both took admission in ITI. Both were preparing for army or police recruitment after doing ITI.

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Yogi Adityanath government's permission to Garhmukteshwar fair, instructions to follow Kovid protocol

Yogi Adityanath government's permission to Garhmukteshwar fair, instructions to follow Kovid protocol

CM Yogi Adityanath, who has almost curbed the corona virus in Uttar Pradesh, has now gone a step further after completely lifting the corona curfew on Wednesday. Now there is no restriction of any kind of event in the open ground. After Diwali in the month of Kartik, a fair is held in Garhmukteshwar for about 15 days.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given permission to organize a big fair in western Uttar Pradesh. He has given permission to organize Garhmukteshwar fair to be held in Hapur. Along with this, instructions have also been given that there should be a grand fair with covid protocol at all places.

Additional Chief Secretary Home Avnish Kumar Awasthi said that for the last two years in the month of Kartik, the Karthik fair to be held in Khadar of Garhmukteshwar in Hapur district of the state was postponed. This time Chief Minister Yogi has taken a decision to organize a historic fair. Now the mandate has been issued regarding the organization of the fair. In such a situation, after this people can reach Khadar for the lamp donation of the deceased family members.

The Additional Chief Secretary informed that the arrangements for prevention and treatment of corona infection should be continuously maintained and instructions have been given to conduct all the festivals and festivals peacefully under the rules of Kovid.

Lakhs of devotees from many states reach the fair held on Kartik Purnima at Garhmukteshwar in Hapur district. Here people donate lamps for the peace of their ancestors' souls.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, after a review meeting with Team-09 on Wednesday, had ordered to end the night curfew outside the Containment Zone in all the districts of the state. According to the condition of compliance with the Kovid protocol, there were orders to implement the night corona curfew from 11 pm to 6 am.  

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